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Book Review of "Cry, the Beloved Country"

Summary: The novel "Cry, the Beloved Country" written by Alan Paton is a book about racial differences in South Africa. The book speaks about differences in the way the black and the white people are treated and the main character's battles with racial controversy.
The novel "Cry, the Beloved Country" written by Alan Paton is a book about racial differences in South Africa. The book speaks about differences in the way the black and the white people are treated and the main character's battles with racial controversy.

The main character of the story is a poor black priest; Stephen Kumalo, who lives in a small village called Ndotsheni. He lived a good life with his wife, although they missed a lot of their family members. Stephen's brother John and sister Gertrude and his son; Absalom, had gone to Johannesburg, a huge and dangerous city, and had not been heard from for a long time, for "they go to Johannesburg, and there they are lost, and no one hears of them at all."

One day Stephen and his wife received a letter from a priest in...

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